Salesian High School, a Catholic boys’ school in New Rochelle, New York, is taking heat for refusing to allow its premises to be used to film a scene for a movie about a lesbian couple, an incident that is being used as yet another hammer with which to pummel Church teaching.
Although he received some criticism for doing so, Dallas Bishop Kevin Farrell sheltered the fiancé of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person to die of Ebola in the U.S., during the required quarantine period because that’s what Jesus would have done.
A 38 year-old Bulgarian man has become the first person to walk again after being paralyzed from the waist down, thanks to a new procedure using nerve-supporting cells from the inside of his nose.
In an explosive blog posted on The American Thinker, Rivka Edelman, who was raised by same-sex parents, says she and others like her have had enough of being bullied, threatened and publicly maligned by gay activists for telling the truth about the hardships of being raised by homosexual parents and are currently in the process of getting their stories ready for publication.
Officials in the town of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho are under fire today for trying to force two ordained Christian ministers to perform same-sex weddings under threat of fines and jail time.
Annise Parker, the openly gay mayor of Houston who caused a national outcry last week for subpoenaing the sermons of five Christian pastors, made several unsuccessful attempts to convince the public that she’s backing off of this outrageous breach of the U.S. Constitution even while continuing to bully Christians for expressing their views in church sanctuaries.
The final report issued by the attendees of the historic Extraordinary Synod on the Family contains none of the controversial language of the interim working document and signals more work to be done at next year’s Synod.
The Vatican has issued an updated version of the English translation of the mid-term report known as the relatio with more careful language that is being described by the secular media as “significantly colder.”
In addition to a host of other intrigues, allegations are swirling today that groups within the Vatican are engineering the Synod to move toward “modernizing” Church teaching on social issues, which prompted Latvian Archbishop Zbignev Stankevics to issue an urgent call for prayer.